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Water is the prime nutrient!

Dehydration is a primary problem the older we get, especially since our dehydration sensors are not as sensitive. When you feel thirsty, you are VERY dehydrated!!! Coffee and tea don't count because they are diuretics and cause you to lose water. Check it out

How Not To Die

Dr. Greger has a wonderful overview of his book in this video, so enjoy!!!!

You know it is organic if YOU grow it!!

We always seen in the news about contaminated produce that causes disease and even death. So many of the foods are GMO and we really do not know the long term effects. You can grow hour own with guaranteed organic seeds thru such places at Sow True Seeds and use the Tower Garden which grows 3-4 times more produce in faster time with 10% of the water, and with much of the nation in a drought, THAT is a big deal!!!

The brain can't function with poor nutrition!!!!

Nutrition is the foundation of function as explained by Dr Myers.

Growing Your Own with TowerGarden

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Aug. 29, 2013) -
Editor’s note: There is one photo associated with this press release.
Toronto-based student nutrition campaign My Food My Way has partnered with Humber College and Skyline Farms to begin implementing innovative tower farms into high schools across the GTA. The pilot school for what is being called the ‘Urban Farming Innovation Project’ is North Etobicoke’s Thistletown Collegiate Institute (TCI).
Cities around the world have turned to urban farming as a viable solution to the growing economic and environmental problems created by industrial food systems and a reduction in farmland.

Interesting moral issue

A study in Science Translational Magazinehas shown that a single-dose injection may improve some of the cognitive and memory deficits often seen indown syndrome (DS). In the study, Ts65Dn mice, which “recapitulate some major brain structural and behavioral phenotypes of DS, including reduced size and cellularity of the cerebellum and learning deficits associated with the hippocampus,” were injected with a Sonic hedgehog pathway agonist (SAG). Scientists found that this single injection resulted in, “normal cerebellar morphology in adults.

New Burger


Fabulous Un-fried Falafel Burgers
Makes 8 burgers
Ingredients: 
• 2-3 large garlic cloves
• Packed ½ cup fresh flat leaf (Italian) parsley (just chop off the bottom part of the stems)
• Packed ½ cup fresh cilantro (no need to remove the tender stems)
• ½ cup scallions, rough chopped
• 2 14½ ounce cans chickpeas (garbanzo beans), rinsed and drained-reserving at least 2 tablespoons of the liquid
• 1 cup rolled oats
• 2½ tablespoons fresh lemon juice
• 2 teaspoons ground cumin
• 1 teaspoon ground turmeric

Good information site

The Mac and Cheese arrest

One of my clients had an interesting situation recently. He is an Aspie and has been identified to have a strong behavioral connection to gluten, casein and sugar. He has done well for several months with a cleaner diet but had a major period of out of control behavior after getting a cupcake at a school party. His behavioral upheaval lasted for 3 days while he detoxed. We thought he had learned his lesson, but one day he came home hungry and decided to go for his sister's mac and cheese instead of the food in the refrigerator that he knew was safe for him.

Coffee and Cancer

Coffee May Reduce Risk of Basal Cell CarcinomaBut Not SCC and MelanomaNick Mulcahy July 3, 2012 — Coffee—and the caffeine it contains—may reduce the risk of developing basal cell carcinoma (BCC), according to new prospective data from more than 110,000 healthcare professionals who participated in 2 large, surveillance studies. Study participants who drank more than 3 cups of caffeinated coffee a day had a 17% reduction in their relative risk of BCC compared with individuals who drank less than 1 cup per month.
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